A Low Down Dirty Shame
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Rated R for strong violence, pervasive language and some sexual content.

A very brief sex scene at the beginning.

One of the main characters is a homosexual.

In a pool, a few topless women are briefly visible.

A man and woman kiss. The woman is shown later in her bra.

A woman takes off her top, revealing her bra. She comments that a man "could have had some pussy".

A big shoot-out at the beginning, which concludes with Shame jumping through a 2nd storey window and crashing through the roof of a limozine.

Shooting throughout, sometimes bloody.

Peaches punches a man and he falls over a table.

Shame blows up part of a mall using an aresol can in a microwave.

A long car chase that includes shooting.

A black man is chased by many white supremacists.

Some dogs run after Shame.

Shame fights the bad guys in a bar.

Around 40 uses of the f-word.

Shame and the bad guys drink in a bar.

Car chases and shooting are present throughout. 12+

Rated R for violence, strong language and brief sexuality

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